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« on: December 03, 2009, 12:07:00 PM »

Hi!

This is my collection "Pacific Ocean Blue"



USA



Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1A
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1B



Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1E
Side B matrix: PBL B-34354-1AE



Canada



Side A matrix: AL-34354-1A-2G
Side B matrix: BL-34354-1A-2G

Holland



Side A matrix: CBS 01-81672-1A-1 PAL-34354-1C
Side B matrix: CBS 01-81672-1B-1 PBL-34354-1D

England



Side A matrix: CRB-81672-A1
Side B matrix: CBS S 81672-B3



Side A matrix: CRB-81672-A1
Side B matrix CRB-S-81672-B4



Side A matrix: CRB 32438 A1
Side B matrix: CRB 32438 B1

Australia



Side A matrix: MX 177922 DL 3003-1
Side B matrix: MX 177923-B DL 3003-2

Japan



Side A matrix: 25 AP-748 A1 A1
Side B matrix: 25 AP-748 B1 B3


Do you know another editions, I know only two USA records:
1) advance promotion on white label
2) sundazed test pressing.
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« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2009, 05:23:06 PM »

Nobody believes me but I swear up and down the 1990 version was on vinyl. I wish I had picked it up the one time I saw it.. Probably a UK, German, or Dutch pressing.
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« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2009, 11:05:30 AM »

I know only UK edition 1990



Side A matrix: CRB 32438 A1
Side B matrix: CRB 32438 B1

I think there is original German press, because on single you can see cover "Pacific Ocean Blue"



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« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2009, 11:58:55 AM »

Nobody believes me but I swear up and down the 1990 version was on vinyl. I wish I had picked it up the one time I saw it.. Probably a UK, German, or Dutch pressing.

Lemon, MBE means the 1990 reissue on Epic.

When the first 70-albums were re-released on CD, at least 3 of them were also released - albeit limited - on vinyl again. Sunflower, Surf's Up and Holland are definitely out there (as I have them). As far as I know these are Dutch pressings, but when they (sometimes) pop up on Ebay the seller is either German or British, so it might very well be that they were made specifically for the German and British market. I can't remember ever having seen advertisements in The Netherlands of these vinyl re-issues.

MBE swears he has seen at least one copy of POB on Epic vinyl as well, but thus far we've never seen a copy of it anywhere again. And it could very well be that the other 70ies albums were issued on Epic vinyl as well, but - again - we're still waiting for someone to show them to us.

Here's an example: Sunflower (with apologies for the average quality, I should make new scans...)





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Check out the Beach Boys Starline website, the place for pictures of many countries Beach Boys releases on 45.

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« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2009, 01:06:48 PM »

2SMiLE-Holland: Ok! Thanks for information.

I think this UK version (CRB 32438) is reissue but I don`t know which it`s year because vinyl is very thin and cover with sticker "Collector`s Choice".
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« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2010, 11:54:01 AM »



Test pressing
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« Reply #6 on: January 13, 2010, 01:05:18 PM »

Hi!
If you're into "everything Dennis", check out YouTube. Here is a contribution from me:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBMB1r5xXwc

Cheers,
Bengt S
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« Reply #7 on: February 14, 2010, 10:08:33 AM »

Let's talk Pacific Ocean Blue! Released in '77 Dennis Wilson shined through the '70's lending his songs to Beach Boys albums that were essentially much better with Dennis' songs. Take a look at the personnel Dennis had on this album and the result was just an absolutely great production! Dennis RIP you have been missed by millions!



Personnel
Dennis Wilson Strings, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals, Producer
Carli Munoz Piano, Keyboards, Moog synthesizer, percussion, Producer
Carl Wilson Lead guitar, Vocals
Bruce Johnston background Vocals
Hal Blaine Drums
Chuck Domanico Bass
Ricky Fataar Drums
John Hanlon Guitar, Engineer
Gregg Jakobson Producer
James Jamerson Bass
Earle Mankey Guitar, Engineer
Dean Torrence Background Vocals
Steven Moffitt Chief Engineer
Michael Andreas Horn
Lance Buller Horn
Sterling Smith Keyboards
Tommy Smith Drums
Dave Hessler Bass
Ed Carter Bass, Guitar
Bobby Figueroa Drums
Wayne Tweed Bass
Manolo Badrena Percussion
Janice Hubbard Horn
Bill Lamb Horn
Charles McCarthy Horn
Stephen Moffitt Engineer
Eddie Tuleja Guitar, Vocals
Sid Sharp Live strings ensemble
Alexander Hamilton's Double Rock Baptist Choir
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« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2010, 09:07:43 AM »

USA



Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1A
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1B


Another USA



Dark label

Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1J
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1C
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« Reply #9 on: July 19, 2010, 11:47:06 PM »

Pacific Ocean Blue [Vinyl LP]

Released: 28. May 2010
1 LP
Label: Music on Vinyl (Cargo Records)
ASIN: B003LQSH6O

http://www.amazon.de/Pacific-Ocean-Blue-Vinyl-LP/dp/B003LQSH6O/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1279542735&sr=1-7

http://www.musiconvinyl.com/releases/Wilson,_Dennis/Pacific_Ocean_Blue
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« Reply #10 on: July 20, 2010, 12:13:41 AM »

Pacific Ocean Blue [Vinyl LP]

Released: 28. May 2010
1 LP
Label: Music on Vinyl (Cargo Records)
ASIN: B003LQSH6O

So how on earth is it possible that no publicity at all was made for this "re-release"? One would expect that they would try to cash in on the success of the Legacy edition.

Thanks for the heads-up. I'm going to order this one.
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Rule of thumb, think BEFORE you post. And THINK how it may affect someone else's feelings.

Check out the Beach Boys Starline website, the place for pictures of many countries Beach Boys releases on 45.

Listening to you I get the music; Gazing at you I get the heat; Following you I climb the mountain; I get excitement at your feet
Right behind you I see the millions; On you I see the glory; From you I get opinions; From you I get the story
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« Reply #11 on: August 24, 2010, 12:14:51 PM »



Made in EU (2010)
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« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2011, 12:31:28 AM »

Nobody believes me but I swear up and down the 1990 version was on vinyl. I wish I had picked it up the one time I saw it.. Probably a UK, German, or Dutch pressing.

Lemon, MBE means the 1990 reissue on Epic.

When the first 70-albums were re-released on CD, at least 3 of them were also released - albeit limited - on vinyl again. Sunflower, Surf's Up and Holland are definitely out there (as I have them). As far as I know these are Dutch pressings, but when they (sometimes) pop up on Ebay the seller is either German or British, so it might very well be that they were made specifically for the German and British market. I can't remember ever having seen advertisements in The Netherlands of these vinyl re-issues.

MBE swears he has seen at least one copy of POB on Epic vinyl as well, but thus far we've never seen a copy of it anywhere again. And it could very well be that the other 70ies albums were issued on Epic vinyl as well, but - again - we're still waiting for someone to show them to us.

Here's an example: Sunflower (with apologies for the average quality, I should make new scans...)







I bought spanish version Surf's Up on Epic in Barcelona





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« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2011, 01:48:24 AM »

When the first 70-albums were re-released on CD, at least 3 of them were also released - albeit limited - on vinyl again. Sunflower, Surf's Up and Holland are definitely out
I bought spanish version Surf's Up on Epic in Barcelona

Nice ! Never knew they were pressed there as well.
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Rule of thumb, think BEFORE you post. And THINK how it may affect someone else's feelings.

Check out the Beach Boys Starline website, the place for pictures of many countries Beach Boys releases on 45.

Listening to you I get the music; Gazing at you I get the heat; Following you I climb the mountain; I get excitement at your feet
Right behind you I see the millions; On you I see the glory; From you I get opinions; From you I get the story
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« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2011, 10:48:14 PM »

Let's talk Pacific Ocean Blue! [....] Take a look at the personnel Dennis had on this album and the result was just an absolutely great production!

It would be interesting to read interviews w/all of the people listed...

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« Reply #15 on: July 09, 2011, 09:49:20 PM »

USA



Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1A
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1B


Another USA



Dark label

Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1J
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1C


Another combination of matrix in US

Side A matrix: PAL-34354-1G
Side B matrix: PBL-34354-1F
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« Reply #16 on: July 26, 2011, 12:55:38 AM »

I want that 1991 Holland vinyl as the ep is on the LP
I also would love a 1991 vinyl MIU with the alt takes.
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« Reply #17 on: July 22, 2015, 07:35:59 AM »


I went into HMV yesterday looking through the 'W' vinyl section for "No Pier Pressure" when this jumped out at me!  I had been thinking of buying it online even though I have the 3 LP Sundazed edition.  I couldn't believe they had it in stock so bought it.

Needless to say they didn't have NPP, which I kind of expected.  But the surprising thing was that there was no Beach Boys vinyl even though the bigger Glasgow store has all the recent 70s vinyl re-issues.  

If someone had told Dennis in 1977 that nearly 40 years later his solo LP would still be getting stocked and sold in a record shop before his big brother's and the Beach Boys I am sure he would have felt quite proud.  The other aspect is that someone at the Music on Vinyl label is doing their job and someone at Capitol/UMe is not!

The vinyl is excellent, nice and flat and very quiet.  The sleeve is a faithful recreation of the original, and the label is the same as the original Caribou Records one.
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« Reply #18 on: February 05, 2018, 07:23:59 PM »


Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue
Music On Vinyl
Coming February 2018
http://www.elusivedisc.com/Dennis-Wilson-Pacific-Ocean-Blue-180g-Import-LP/productinfo/MOVLPI096/
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« Reply #19 on: February 06, 2018, 06:58:13 AM »


Funny that you post this. I just ordered the MOV reissue from Amazon, because I haven't been able to track down a reasonably priced original. It should be here Thursday.
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